SCRMC | Intro to Community & Signs of Heart Attack
Posted on February 4, 2019
With heart attack and stroke, time is of incredible importance. JAMES BRONSON, D.O. Emergency Department Physician with South Central’s Emergency Department says one condition he sees often in the emergency room, a heart attack, can sometimes begin with subtle, hard to spot symptoms. If you think you or a loved one is having a heart attack, call 911. Care can begin as soon as soon as a South Central ambulance arrives. Getting to the closest emergency department is key. Depending on the type of heart attack, the specialists at South Central can manage the condition at the facility or refer the patient to an open-heart facility when that is the course of intervention needed. For more information about the South Central Emergency Department or signs and symptoms of a heart attack, go to scrmc.com.